Approach to Three Fingers South Peak, Washington, USA
Canon PowerShot SD500 | 1/640 sec | F/7.1
Voted eye candy on Moody Monday Challenge | Theme = Adventurous
wonderful image. the climber almost looks like an extention of the band of rocks.
Wow, that is more than just a beautiful photograph; this really conjures the emotions of climbing.
You’ve captured the decisive moment too, the climber stands out perfectly against the snow.
Spectacular. Perfect timing on that shot.
Makes me think about time. What a great composition.
what an awesome shot. great composition and great texture on the snow.
A la croisée du noir ou du blanc … il y a dans la vie des chemins qui sont plus difficiles que d’autres… J’aime vraiment beaucoup!
Stunning! Awesome framing job and brilliant b&w!
I’m continually amazed [and jealous] of the places you have been in your life. Superb work. And I have to travel more. 🙂
Each day brings a new treat at your site.
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you. are. amazing.
J’aime les directions que prennent les zones contrastées dans cette composition. Le cadrage donne la dynamique et on se sent vite tombé, écrasé par la pente.
Belle prise de vue !
Stunning, it seems you channeled a bit of Ansel Adams here in this photo–my idol!
Long time since I have done a climb like that and your shot makes me feel tired just looking at it.
Excellent! Monochrome really works for this one.
Awesome… THe place where the climber stands actually looks like a cliff.. but it isnt!… gr8 photo!
holy crap I love this shot
omg, at first this does look dangerous. But what a spectacular shot this is.
Truly superbe. Just brilliant.
Really awesome shot. It’s actually quite inspirational for those of use who spend most of the day in a chair and staring at the computer.
Very impressive! I have been to a Norwegian mountain area four weeks ago and was constantly thinking how to capture a view like this one… Magnificent.
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